Prior to them consulting the ward. Law states that 60 days after appointed over ward either by hand delivered or date stamped mail they are to sit with ward listen to them & inventory assets. They have not even contacted ward & 60 days are up however she closed all the accounts leaving... Read more »
They lived with me in GA from 8\1\2020 to 5/22/2021 after their mother had a mental health crisis. Due to not being married they had to go back to her in Florida once she became stable again. I now want to legitimize myself to have right to them and see them again. Do I need to do a paternity... Read more »
Modification of custody filed in District in which I was divorced two hours away from where me and my daughter currently live. Defendants parents intervened & got his visitation. Defendant killed himself. I still have to drive and pick up my daughter from her grandparents four hours round-trip... Read more »
And is that considered the 60 days from served documents the notice put shows no letters from the courts that were to be mailed or hand delivered? Conservator hasn't as much called or anything to see what he needs but closed all His accounts leaving him w no $ not even being to get gas to... Read more »
Your question makes it sound as if you already have the court order. Only Courts (Judges) may sign Orders. Did a judge sign an order for you? I can't think so. If that had happened it would already be filed. So....... you will first need to file an application for citation of contempt and...Read more »
My ex-girlfriend moved back in with her father a few weeks ago and took both our children with her. I have been taking care of her and our children for the past 10 months. She has been threatening to take me to court if I don't agree to pay her $600 in child support. I am currently not... Read more »
If she no longer lives with you, you will have to pay something more than nothing. For now, give her at least $300, but you will need to adjust your budget because support will be owed. There is no way for anyone to tell you how much, because it is a mathematical formula that takes into account a...Read more »
He ran away last year because his mother is on drugs. We went to Juvenile court and they made him go back home. They did require counseling But mother has refused and said she did not need it. This child has beg for help he is failing in school. I feel that he is a slave he is not allowed to even... Read more »
You and/or your grandson have options. Without more information, it is hard to answer whether or not he is entitled to emancipation. You may also have grandparent custodial rights. You should seek out a lawyer knowledgable in these areas.
Recently a judge granted my motion for amending petition to add party from the respondant side. I have verbal admission from respondant side that I need to use as my evidence that is very relevant to my civil case. How do I implement or make known to have that verbal evidence as my exhibit.
It's been over 6 years now since the mother has been able to see her daughter. The daughter was given to the birth certificate named father (They were never married.). He has been told by judges to let the mother see her daughter, but each time she has tried to see the child, the mother has... Read more »
This is a genuine mess. First, if the child was born out of wedlock and the biological father (assuming that person is the father you referenced) has n-o-t filed a lawsuit to have the child legitimated, then the man has absolutely no parental rights to the child and should not have the child.)...Read more »
In our Divorce Papers Under Dividing property Retirement it say that that My ex Attorney will take care of preparing Qdro And filing it in court. I didn't realize till my Ex partially retired from the place he work at for years that the QDRO was never taken care of. I contacted his attorney... Read more »
I live in Georgia I’m seventeen years old . My dad has primary custody of me and my mom is allowed to see me but my dad has kept me from her for years , my dad is physically abusive . I was wondering what would happen if I left to my moms house without parent permission. I seen an answer that... Read more »
Hello. I was the attorney who wrote the answer you read. Actually, what I said was that I had h-e-a-r-d of only 2 emancipations in my 31 years of practice. It is an extremely hard thing to accomplish. For example, it you were to explain to a judge what your plan of living is (like you explained...Read more »
My father threatens to physically assault me constantly, I've never been enrolled in school, im scared I want to call the cops but I don't know if they'll take me away from them I was beat constantly as a child I am 16 now and I can't stay here anymore cps was called in the past... Read more »
No, but this issue should be addressed with common sense. Don't have a convicted felon, child abuser or drug user as the caregiver. If you do use a caregiver, that person should have your ex wife's contact information and vice versa.
You need to be careful with this. GA follows the "one party consent" rule. Basically, you may record only the conversations to which you are a party. Again, even if you handle everything properly, your use of the recording is going to be much more restricted than you know. Just...Read more »
Grandparents can at times be granted visitation rights, depending on the circumstances. It would be a good idea for you to consult with an attorney who can review the facts of the case in detail and present you with the options. Most attorneys offer a free initial consultation.
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